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Re: [BKARTS] alum tawed

Whenever I had the same challenge, I used watercolors. Sadly, the first times, I used Dr. Martins Water Colors. They were not stable. Today, I would use the much more stable, light-fast, pigmented, watercolors, such as Winsor & Newton Water Colours.
Obviously, you will need to do some testing to get some appropriate colors. They can brushed, sponged and sprinkled, and rubbed for a nice finish.
Good Luck.

On Dec 5, 2006, at 1:57 PM, Jeffrey Altepeter wrote:

My client would like the finish to be much more antique, however.
I suggested that it will look just like a 500 year old book by around the year 2500 but he is looking for a quicker solution.


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